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("Slavia Praha" redirects here. For the ice hockey team, see HC Slavia Praha. For the basketball team, see BC Slavia Prague. For the rugby team, see RC Slavia Prague.) SK Slavia Prague (Czech: SK Slavia Praha, pronounced [ˈsla:vja ˈpraɦa]) is a Czech professional football club founded in 1892 in the city of Prague. They are the second most successful club in the Czech Republic since its independence in 1993. In addition to their men\'s squad, Slavia Prague also has reserve, youth, women\'s, and futsal teams.

SK Slavia Prague is an instance of enterprise. SK Slavia Prague is an instance of association football club. SK Slavia Prague is an instance of business. SK Slavia Prague homes venue Sinobo Stadium. SK Slavia Prague owns by CITIC Europe Holdings. SK Slavia Prague headquarterses location Prague. SK Slavia Prague is in the country of Czech Republic. SK Slavia Prague leagues Czech First League. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Tomáš Pospíchal.

SK Slavia Prague heads coach Petr Rada. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Jozef Jarabinský. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Rudolf Vytlačil. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Kálmán Konrád. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Josef Pešice. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Josef Csaplár. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Josef Bican.

SK Slavia Prague heads coach Miroslav Koubek. SK Slavia Prague heads coach Jaroslav Šilhavý. SK Slavia Prague categories for members of a team Category:SK Slavia Prague players. SK Slavia Prague owners of SC Xaverov. Jaroslav Tvrdík is the chairperson of SK Slavia Prague. SK Slavia Prague sports association football. SK Slavia Prague legals form akciová společnost.

SK Slavia Prague locations of formation Prague. 2009–10 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 2001–02 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 2014–15 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 1993–94 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 2008–09 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 1998–99 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 2003–04 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague.

1995–96 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 1996–97 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. 1997–98 SK Slavia Prague season seasons of club or team SK Slavia Prague. Daniel Pudil members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. František Plánička members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. Pavel Horváth members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. Ivo Ulich members of sports team SK Slavia Prague.

Tomáš Mičola members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. Josef Čtyřoký members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. Josef Kubásek members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. Erich Brabec members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. Václav Koloušek members of sports team SK Slavia Prague.

Patrik Gedeon members of sports team SK Slavia Prague. 2019–20 UEFA Champions League qualifying phase and play-off round participates team SK Slavia Prague. 2019–20 Czech First League participates team SK Slavia Prague. 2018–19 UEFA Champions League participated team SK Slavia Prague. Stadion Eden owns by SK Slavia Prague. Na Chvalech owns by SK Slavia Prague. Stadion Eden occupants SK Slavia Prague. Stadion Evžena Rošického occupants SK Slavia Prague.

Sinobo Stadium occupants SK Slavia Prague. 2017–18 SK Slavia Prague season is an instance of SK Slavia Prague. SK Slavia Prague is an operator of Stadion Eden. SK Slavia Prague is an operator of Sinobo Stadium. SK Slavia Prague is a participant in 2018–19 Czech First League. Nad Slávií is named after SK Slavia Prague. U Slavie is named after SK Slavia Prague.